The French are catching the "Mad Men" phenom.
With Walter Salles' "On the Road" now in post, MK2 is continuing the trend of French companies backing well-known international auteurs with new projects from Abbas Kiarostami -- "The End" -- and…
Lionsgate's "Mad Men" and Fox's "Glee" are among the U.S. series chasing Gold Nymph awards at the 51th Monte Carlo Television Festival.
"All That Glitters," Geraldine Nakache and Herve Mimran's hit comedy, and Keren Marciano's short dramedy "Memoirs of a Disturbed Young Girl" nabbed the Internet users prize of Unifrance's VOD fest…
French DVD house We Prods. is partnering with publisher United Humanoids to produce "Metal Hurlant Chronicles."
Gaumont's toon production arm Alphanim has inked an exclusive agreement with the Italian outfit Calidra and the Pagot family to develop "Calimero," a CGI-animated series based on the cult franchise.
Diane Kruger and Gallic up-and-comer Lea Seydoux ("Robin Hood") are set to star in helmer Benoit Jacquot's French Revolution drama "Les Adieux a la reine."
Gallic TV company AB Groupe has inked a deal with Paramount Pictures to distribute 175 titles from the major's library.
Dany Boon's "Nothing to Declare" has garnered 301,089 admissions and a Euros 1.8 million ($2.5 million) gross box office in France since its Wednesday opening.
Woody Allen's romantic comedy, "Midnight in Paris," will open the 64th Cannes Film Festival on May 11.